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East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices cares for children and young people with life-threatening conditions, and their families, at times of greatest need. Now, when you travel to Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire to make fond memories with your family, book your holiday homes on to support EACH.

EACH creates a warm, peaceful, safe space in which the young person, their siblings and parents feel at home. The team establish a community where families have the support of staff and other families they have met at events and activities hosted by EACH. Their love extends to the wider community who support them, so once you have chosen your B&B or holiday home in East Anglia on, they look forward to meeting you at one of their beautiful sites: Milton (Cambridgeshire), The Nook (Norfolk) and The Treehouse (Suffolk).

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EACH is their beacon of hope

East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH)
Over 3900 young people in our counties receive a life changing diagnosis. This impacts the whole family’s quality of life. EACH strives to inject splashes of positivity and happiness back into lives, to relieve the physical and emotional pain.

    “A hospice is like nowhere you could work and we’re so lucky to spend time in this environment. They’re faultless, purpose-built facilities and everyone works so well within our teams… It’s incredible”

Rachel van den Brink-Budgen
(a clinical nurse specialist at The Treehouse)

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Wellbeing work royally recognised

Since 1989, when Princess Diana officially opened Milton’s Children’s Hospice, the remarkable support, provided to the children, extends also to the family; with family therapists, resident chaplains, chefs and housekeeping staff. In the family’s home, at the hospice or hospital, the young people benefit from clinical staff, care assistants, physio, play specialists, and music and art therapists. Today, the holistic, heart-warming work of the charity remains closely supported by Catherine, Princess of Wales, as patron.

    “When our little boy passed away, two nurses were there by our side and they were just amazing. I never believed people could genuinely care for others the way they do. […] They made the unimaginable bearable.”

A mum who thanked EACH for offering a safe space to talk openly about her emotions through bereavement.

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Community-powered tourism in East Anglia defined

Community events hosted by EACH attract tourism to the region. Their 30-year-old Ride for Life flagship fundraiser event offers a great way to explore the sights of East Anglia, on a round trip cycling from Snetterton, Norfolk, via Ipswich and Milton in Cambridgeshire, through the spectacles of Thetford Forest and Newmarket!

The partnership between and EACH brings our values of community to more families. Our value-driven travellers choose and our network of sustainable hosts to welcome them for their breaks to Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. Meanwhile, directing 50% of the commission on their booking to EACH as they spend quality time with their own families.

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Rebecca Wiles

UK Community Coordinator | Local Ambassador | Essex & Suffolk
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The Host earns the same,
the Guest pays the same
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